POTENTIAL EFFECT OF SPIRULINA ALGAE AS AN ANTIOXIDANT AND ANTI-HYPERGLYCEMIC AGENT IN RATS

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Amany, M. Basuny
Ahlam, S. ALhajri

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Algae of spirulina, a cellular and thready blue inexperienced microalga, is utilized in several countries of world as human safe food with its high concentration of useful nutrients, is rising as an important therapeutic food. This study aimed to review the organic process values of dried Spirulina alga. Also, measure the implications of Spirulina, on the number of plasmas aldohexose and lipide profiles in streptozotocin evoked polygenic disease in male rats. Rats were divided into 3 teams. the first cluster as traditional management, the second cluster were diabetic management, the third cluster were diabetic rats treated with Spirulina. the number of blood serum aldohexose, aminoalkanoic acid amino enzyme, aspartate amino enzyme, alkaline enzyme, creatinine and organic compound were considerably hyperbolic in diabetic rats of the second cluster. Treatments with Spirulina, (2 g/day for 2 months) in diabetic rats incontestable reducing and protective effects of physiological changes. Therefore, this study disclosed to the importance of exploitation Spirulina, as promising complementary therapeutic agent against polygenic disease. Generally, results obtained indicate that Spirulina, could become necessary as an affordable and noticeable natural supply of anti- diabetic and inhibitor.

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